Saving Meat Drippings for Bouillon and Fat

Don’t throw away your drippings when cooking meat! This liquid can be turned into super flavorful bouillon and cooking fat. Jaime tells you how she saves it for both short term and long term use and recipes she uses it in. The best part? It’s free.

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  1. Great series of videos. I have been working for the past couple of decades maximizing the amount of food I can generate on my 1/10 th acre rural city lot! Occasionally I get the opportunity to help butcher on a farm and the one thing that I take home is the large bones. These I will roast in the oven, then simmer in a pot of water to make bone broth for canning. Have you tried this? The pork broth is the most amazing bean starter for ham and beans, even if you don’t have ham! LOL

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